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Wood Stoves Fort Dodge IA

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AHC
(515) 576-7022
3418 5th Ave S
Fort Dodge , IA
 
Oldson Plbg Htg & Air Cond Inc
(515) 448-3456
114 N Commercial Ave
Eagle Grove , IA
 
K & H Corporation
(515) 832-1762
1927 W 2nd St
Webster City , IA
 
Scandinavian Woodshop /Sawmill
(515) 548-3449
2835 Baxter Avenue
Somers, IA

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Crossroads Mall
(515) 574-8200
307 S 25Th St
Fort Dodge, IA
Store Hours
Sears Stores
Store Type
Sears Stores
Hours
Mon:10-21
Tue:10-21
Wed:10-21
Thu:10-21
Fri:10-21
Sat:10-20
Sun:12-18
Store Features
Mon:10-21
Tue:10-21
Wed:10-21
Thu:10-21
Fri:10-21
Sat:10-20
Sun:12-18

Sande Const & Supply Co Inc
(515) 332-2021
1111 16th Ave N
Humboldt , IA
 
Estlund Htg & Air Cond
(515) 832-2770
1005 Water St
Webster City , IA
 
K&C hvac
(515) 598-7481
NULL
Rutland, IA
Hours
Monday 24 Hours
Tuesday 24 Hours
Wednesday 24 Hours
Thursday 24 Hours
Friday 24 Hours
Saturday 24 Hours
Sunday 24 Hours
Services
AC Unit Installation, Air Quality Testing, Boiler Installation, Central AC Installation, Commercial HVAC Service, Furnace Installation, Heat Installation, Heat Pump Installation, HVAC Cleaning, HVAC Contractors, HVAC Maintenance, Outdoor Cooling System Installation, Refrigeration System Installation, Residential HVAC Service, Ventilation System Service, Water Heater Installation
Service Types and Repair
AC Unit, Boiler, Central AC, Furnace, Heat Pump, Heater, Outdoor Cooling System, Refrigeration System, Water Heater

Fastenal- Ft. Dodge
515-576-2677
3014 5th Ave South Ft Dodge, IA, 50501
Ft Dodge, IA
 
Sande Construction & Supply Co
(515) 332-2152
1111 16th Ave North
Humboldt, IA
 
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Heating Tips




Wood Stoves

Burn Seasoned Wood

Always burn seasoned wood- that means it has been split, stacked and covered for at least 8 months. Using greenwood means a cooler fire in your woodstove and flue, thereby giving you a greater chance of creosote buildup. So beware!!

Stove Ashes

Coal ashes are toxic to plants, but wood ashes are great for your plants and garden. They help neutralize soil acidity. You can use any type of ash to provide traction on icy walks and driveways!

Treated Wood

A word of caution to all wood burners: Think before you throw any treated wood into your wood stove or furnace! This wood produces very toxic gases and ashes when burned. Play it safe and dispose of treated wood in an approved landfill.

Chainsaw Safety

Just a few rules to remember when using the chainsaw this fall.
  • Never cut when standing behind the saw.
  • Keep your left elbow straight, not bent, to help control kickback.
  • And wear a hard hat, goggles or visor and earplugs.

    Firewood

    If you are thinking about burning firewood this winter how do you determine whether the effort will be worthwhile? A shipment of 150 gallons of oil give about the same BTU's as a cord of wood. Therefore, using hardwood you shouldn't pay more per cord than 150x's the price of oil per gallon. ( E.g. Oil at $1.00 / gallon, a cord of wood should cost no more than $150 ).

    One Cord Of Wood Equals:

    A pile of wood equals 4x4x8 ft. If you take all the air out of a cord of wood you end up with 500 board feet. This could be turned into any of the following:
    • 71/2 million toothpicks
    • 250 copies of the Sunday New York Times
    • 460,000 personal checks
    • 30 rocking chairs, or
    • 12 large dining room tables

      Water Heater-

      Heater Tlc

      To help prevent sediment buildup in your water heater, drain enough water from the water heater until it runs clear. Try to remember to repeat this procedure about every 2 months for better heater efficiency during the h...

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